Each of us shines in a different way but this doesn’t make our light less bright.
Oklahoma City is growing! We have an Anthropology store people, and it is right around the corner from Whole Foods…trouble.
In May, it will be three years since we moved to OKC, which was also around the time of the housing market crash. I always felt lucky that this was where Chris landed his first job out of college. I am not saying things were not bad here, but we didn’t get hit quite as hard.
It is amazing to me how much growth we have actually seen in the last few years, including the new tower Chris will work in. When driving past it downtown, it was so tall it made me want to throw up…only because I am slightly afraid of heights
That thing is huge. I can’t wait to see the show it will put on. It has a lighting system where it can change colors depending on which sports team is playing. I hope they have a red and blue option for my beloved KU.
Okay, I have a secret. My Gourmet Veggie Pizza was made on a…
Cauliflower Pizza Crust
Recipe adapted from Your Lighter Side
1 bag of frozen cauliflower
1 cup mozzarella cheese, shredded
½ cup Parmesan cheese, shredded
1 teaspoon oregano
1 teaspoon parsley
1 teaspoon fennel seeds
1. Cook cauliflower according to directions.
2. Finely chop cauliflower.
3. Add eggs.
4. Mix in both cheeses.
5. Form into a pizza crust.
6. Sprinkle with oregano, parsley, and fennel.
7. Bake at 450 degrees for 12 minutes. Add toppings, broil until cheese melts, and enjoy!
From a distance there is no way of knowing that this pizza crust is made from cauliflower. It just looks like a super, delicious pizza crust with crispy melted cheese.
But even up close, it is hard to distinguish. The amazing this is it even taste like pizza crust.
It holds up well too, even if I pick it up.
When looking of a low carb options, this satisfies any pizza craving. Amaze!
Have you tried any low-carb pizza options?
More on this picture tomorrow…